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Penn National is the first US casino operator to announce a national strategy for sports betting and iGaming. Head of Penn Interactive Ventures Jon Kaplowitz talks Gaming Intelligence through his web of partnerships.

William Hill US has surged to market leadership Stateside, but a change of group CEO from Philip Bowcock to Ulrik Bengtsson reveals the extent of the bookmaker’s troubles elsewhere. Gaming Intelligence speaks to CEOs past and present, and US chief Joe Asher.

As the All-In Diversity Project launches its second survey, co-founder Kelly Kehn tells Gaming Intelligence why diversity is a key to commercial success.

NetEnt chief executive Therese Hillman tells investors that the US and Red Tiger represent shards of light for NetEnt. Meanwhile, Red Tiger CEO Gavin Hamilton tells us that NetEnt will put rocket-boosters on the smaller company’s already impressive growth trajectory.

Pinnacle chief executive officer Paris Smith speaks to Gaming Intelligence about esports, B2B, the US market and data rights.

Isle of Man Digital head of e-Gaming Tony Ure explains why disaster recovery is so important for online gambling businesses and what to take into account when deciding which jurisdiction to work with.

Artificial intelligence is one of the most potent tools available. Among its many possible uses is the promotion of responsible gaming.

Amelco will be powering FOX Bet in the US market but it is a B2B provider that will soon be making its own way across the States, chief executive Paul Manning tells Gaming Intelligence